Extend this activity by practicing simple repeating and growing patterns. This SLE is not addressed by Saxon.
This Simple Scales activity could be used to solve all types of addition and subtraction problems. The bears appear to be similar in size, but their weights are different. Note that the bears at the bottom and the scale can be hidden to represent unknown quantities in an equation. Model and allow students opportunities to write and solve the equations.
No matter what operation you're studying, this is a fabulous resource for allowing kids to see how each problem relates to a number line.
This catchy song will help kids learn to add doubles.
Practice completing simpla AB repeating patterns. This SLE is not addressed by Saxon.
This is a fun game that lets kids practice numbers whose sum is ten. You might want to have them write the equations they make to reinforce the concepts.
This site offers interactive practice with a variety of repeating patterns.
This is another fun sums of ten game that allows kids to use more than two digits. I suggest playing it yourself a few times to make sure you understand the program.
This is a great game for sharpening halving, doubling, and lots of logical reasoning with numbers.
This site can be used for all types of equation practice, demonstration, or student work.
Once you understand what the facts mean, you can practice them here. Print off worksheets for extra practice.
Use patterns to count forward when given a number < or = 5o. This SLE is not addressed by Saxon.
This is a great visual to accompany a lesson with ten frames or Tens Go Fish. It shows all expressions that add to ten with a visual.
This activity is similar to a Venn Diagram.
These cards are meant to be folded so that the number can be displayed while the question is read.